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Period 1912-1932
Collection consisting of reports, letters and telegrams of the police concerning Malatesta's activities and whereabouts, with translations and explanatory notes of Borghi c. 1913-1914, 1917-1921, 1927, 1930 and n.d.; a few documents on the attempt to assassinate Mussolini 1926; photocopies of docu...
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Period 1860-1876
Collection consisting of part of his papers and other original or copied documents (mainly acquired through Max Nettlau in 1935), and of microfilms of documents kept in Bologna, Dresden, Florence, St. Petersburg, Lyon, Marseilles, Neuchâtel, Paris, Rome, and elsewhere (mainly acquired for the IISH s...
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Period 1912-1947
Papers mainly received as editor of Il Risveglio/Le Réveil: c.100 letters from Errico Malatesta 1913-1932; a few letters from Erasmo Abate (alias Hugo Rolland) 1925, Armando Borghi 1925, 1929, Gustave Brocher 1930, Luigi Fabbri 1925, Otello Gaggi 1936-1937, Jean Grave 1915, 1925, James Guillaume 190...
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Period 1914-1938
Nearly all documents from the latter part of her life. Correspondence with Italians and other Europeans, mainly socialists, including Rafail Abramovič 1943, Diva Benetti 1952-1962, Lidija Dan 1952-1961, Jeanne Handel 1939-1962, Giuseppe Saragat 1947-1961, 1960-1962, Adolf Schärf 1953-1961; with Amer...
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Michail Alexandrovic Bakunin (1814-1876) is one of the principal founders of anarchism. Letters and texts of Bakunin published on the CD-ROM Bakounine. Oeuvres complètes 1823-1876.
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